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Dr. A.L.— Happy Birthday in Heaven From Your Sons and Daughters Here on Earth

January 21, 1930: The story of Dr. A.L. Hunt, Sr., is a noble story. It began on this date 88 years ago in a city called Jerome, Arkansas. It is about a man who gave himself to the lord. It's about a man who came from a small town but not a small mind. He came as a gift from God. He was a husband to one wife.  He was father to nine and then a father to eleven and then a father to the masses.  He was anointed, called, gifted and giving. He loved his family, he loved his God, he loved people, he loved the persons he pastored.

Today, I invite you to join me and my family and the many who knew him and reflect on a few of his trademark characteristics on his day of birth and let's give thanks to God for allowing us to be better because of the works that he did and the many lessons that he taught. And mostly in the spirit of love, let's endeavor to keep them flowing and pass them on.

Pride is a destroyer of purpose and promise-achievement in individuals, families and legacies. When we don't give honor- We are teaching Dis-honor.

So again, today and all year long, let's put some love and honor on each other in the memory of one who we all knew as one who gave of himself for all of us. Please post and share this on your networks. 

This post will continue throughout the year, but first, please SAVE THE DATES:  March 17, 2018 and April 14, 2018 for our 2018 Legacy Assignment Prayer/Worship and Planning Retreat in Dumas at the church now named in his honor; HMC- Hunt Memorial Cathedral of Faith.  It will be a time to pray for love, unity fellowship as we pray forward and make commitments towards the restoration of our work, dreams and visions. This is about all of us and the future generations that follow. It will also be a time for planning  our WDC Homecoming and Legacy Assignment 2018 coming later this year in September.

Add your thoughts and comments here in the comment section with any ideas and prayers that you would like to share with me and all of us who know that we are better together.

I love you all. Pray for us at HMC as we endeavor to advance the works and legacies of the builders.